Huawei Planning To Engrave Own Operating System 'Kirin OS' For Smartphones

    The Chinese manufacturer is apparently planning to introduce its own operating system for smartphones. The new OS is rumored to be named after their own chipsets - Kirin.

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    Huawei Planning To Engrave Own Operating System 'Kirin OS'

    According to a report emerged from China, the OS has been in development for the past few years now. Huawei is being in the top three largest smartphone vendor in China, is said to be working on a new smartphone that would run its own OS.

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    Eralier reports also suggests that both the ZTE and Huawei together partnering to make their own OS in order to reduce their dependance. Now that the reports which are un-confirmed suggests that Huawei is reportedlt planning to release a new smartphone running Kirin OS out of the box.

    Huawei Planning To Engrave Own Operating System 'Kirin OS'

    The new OS from Huawei runs on smartphones, will eventually be coming to tablets as well. Release date timeframe isn't given as yet, not when the company will announce about its new mobile OS though.

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    Competition will be huge and if Huawei enters the OS platform globally, Google's Android vs. Apple's iOS vs. Windows Phone OS vs. Samsung's Tizen. Tough challenge to convince users to switch to a new OS will be a mere difficult.

    Although, Huawei has sent out press invites for an event in New York City next month, on June 2. Huawei is said to be chosen by Google as one of the makers of the next Nexus handset.


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